My First Recorder - Learn to Play

Kids

Author: Ben Parker

Publisher:

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Category: Recorder (Musical instrument)

Page: 38

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"Aimed at complete beginners, children can easily follow the clear and simple diagrams and photos to learn their first notes, play fun tunes and gain confidence playing their first recorder! This great beginner's book also provides a great introduction to reading and playing music, includes a fun pull-out Wall Chart to help with practice, and will have kids playing their first tunes in no time." --P. [4] of cover.

Best Beginning Recorder Book for Kids

Author: Larry E Newman

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 104

View: 231

Finally, a recorder book with appeal to kids that focuses on fundamentals taught through songs that young people love to play. Author Larry E. Newman (The Recorder Fun Book) created this book to be used as a first year beginning method or as a second year review and continuing book for the progressing intermediate student. The book is crammed with tons of musical examples, scales, arpeggios, songs, solos, duets and trios plus dozens of fun, kid-centered illustrations. There are play-a-long mp3s available to help motivate students and make playing fun. This book makes a great follow-up to The Recorder Fun Book since the first part of the book provides lots of review and the remainder of the book introduces new notes and concepts. With more than one-hundred pages, this book has it all.

Recorder Lessons for Kids - Book 1

How to Play Recorder for Kids (Free Video Available)

Author: LearnToPlayMusic.com

Publisher: LearnToPlayMusic.com

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 74

View: 341

Teach how to play recorder for kids with our easy recorder lessons for kids. ***Comes with online access to free recorder videos and audio demonstrating all examples. See and hear how each one is played by a teacher, then play along with the backing band. Also includes music score and recorder animation for easy music learning.*** "Great teaching tool. I love the fact you can play just a note and get a great accompaniment to make it sound interesting. It enables me to focus on getting a great sound before moving on." - A.M. Weavers [Amazon] Progressive Recorder Method for Young Beginners - Book 1 contains all you need to know to start teaching kids to play recorder - in one easy-to-follow, lesson-by-lesson children’s recorder tutorial. Suitable for children aged 4 to 8 years and all brands of tenor and descant recorders. No prior knowledge of how to read music or playing the recorder is required to teach a child to learn to play recorder from this book. Teach your child: • How to play recorder notes for kids • All the fundamental techniques of recorder playing including correct posture, hand position, fingering and breathing • Basic recorder theory for kids including how to read music • How to tune a recorder • Recorder tips for kids that every child should know when learning recorder • Shortcuts for how to learn recorder fast by getting the most from recorder practice sessions Contains everything you need to know about how to teach a child to play recorder today. Features include: • Progressive step-by-step easy recorder lessons written by a professional children’s recorder teacher • Beautifully illustrated in full color throughout • Easy-to-read recorder music for kids with lyrics to sing a long and chords for guitar or piano accompaniment • Recorder note chart • 42 great sounding recorder exercises and popular easy recorder songs for kids Kids recorder lessons have never been this easy for parents and teachers who want to teach children to learn how to play the recorder, fast. LearnToPlayMusic.com's recorder lessons for kids are used by children’s recorder teachers worldwide to teach how to play recorder for kids. For over 30 years, our team of professional authors, composers and musicians have crafted music lesson books that are a cut above the rest. We offer a large selection of music lessons for kids that cover many different instruments in print, eBook and app formats. Awarded the 'Quality Excellence Design' (QED) seal of approval for eBook innovation, LearnToPlayMusic.com continues to set the standard for quality children’s music education resources.

Teaching Kids Recorder

Author: Margo Hall

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 72

View: 973

Teaching Kids Recorder offers a hands-on, innovative and engaging approach to teaching recorder to elementary and middle-school students. The approach bridges rote learning and literacy while building the physical skills needed for success in playing the recorder. Learn techniques on readiness for recorder, choosing and obtaining instruments, organizing the classroom, building tone and technique, increasing repertoire from one note to many, and integrating the recorder into many types of music class activities. Discover simple ways to meet the complex challenges involved in teaching the recorder.

The Recorder Fun Book

For Young Students

Author: Larry E. Newman

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 84

View: 963

NEW EXPANDED THIRD EDITION with bonus coloring pages and new solos and duets! * Save up to 50% on school orders * Contact us for more information at www.musicfunbooks.com * The Recorder Fun Book is designed for young students and utilizes a number of innovative teaching techniques including: * Letter names inside the note heads* Limited material per page* Fun, child-centered graphics* Fingering chart, glossary and much more!PLUS - Available separately via amazon: CD and online mp3 accompaniments

Best Books for Children

Preschool Through Grade 6. Supplement to the eighth edition

Author: Catherine Barr

Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 1783

View: 379

Offers reviews and recommendations of over 25,000 titles for children, and includes brief annotations, bibliographic data, and review citations.

Popular 8 Note Songs Book 2

Music Patterns for Xylophone, Glockenspiel, Recorder, Bells and Piano

Author: Debra Newby

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Category:

Page: 48

View: 504

Includes Fingering Charts for the Recorder and Piano, a Harmonic Note Chart and Free Online Audio Tracks of all the songs! A Musical Adventure! To begin a new adventure, an explorer needs a map. Many individuals would like to start a musical journey, but the inability to read musical notation holds them back. This Music Pattern Song Book was created to give those brave souls a place to begin. It's Easy! All one needs to do is match the color blocks or letters in these musical song patterns to an instrument, and beautiful music can be made. This book works well with xylophones, glockenspiels, recorders, hand bells, piano, harmonicas and more! Any instrument that can play an eight-note C to C scale can be used with this book. Fingering Charts for the recorder and piano are included. All of this book's song patterns are color-coded AND letter-coded, so as long as you know the fingering for the notes of your instrument, you can play along. In these song patterns, it is illuminating to see a visual representation of the sounds that you hear. Each song has structure and repeating patterns, but each one is unique. If you are a student of music theory, these colored patterns may give you a new perspective on the way music is put together. A Place to Begin! Many parents and classroom teachers feel unequipped to teach the next generation about music because they had little opportunity to learn themselves. Sometimes, older adults who missed the chance to play an instrument when they were younger are determined to begin. Music therapists are often looking for tools to bring music to their patients. Children delight in banging the keys of a percussion instrument but need some help to know what to do next. Yet, where does one who has not yet learned to read musical notation begin? Most people can match colors or letters, which makes color and letter coded music song patterns a good place to start. In this book, the songs progress from easy children's tunes to more complicated pieces and duets. Duets are included so that groups can make music together! Benefits! It is well documented that learning to play a musical instrument stimulates multiple areas of the brain. It also enhances eye-hand coordination and balance. It can increase math ability and improve reading and comprehension skills as well as listening ability. Playing together in a group boosts leadership and team work skills and teaches discipline. Music fosters self-expression, creates a sense of achievement, relieves stress, and promotes happiness. For Musicians of All Ages! Starting a new activity, no matter what your age, takes courage, resources and support. These song patterns are provided to make it a little easier to take that first musical step! Contents: Greetings; Many Instruments to Play; Beat, Rhythm, Tone; Music Notes and Rhythms; Rounds and Duets; Taking It Step by Step; Artistry The Songs: Old MacDonald's Farm; The Muffin Man; This Old Man; Barnyard Song; Are You Sleeping? - A Round; Three Blind Mice - A Round; Kookaburra - A Round; Camptown Races; Liza Jane; Swanee River; Long, Long Ago; Long, Long Ago Harmony; Beethoven's Sonatina; Beethoven's Sonatina Harmony; Home Sweet Home; Mulberry Bush; Brahms's Lullaby; Sweet Betsy from Pike; My Bonnie; Swallowtail Jig; Irish Washerwoman; Enduring Young Charms; Bach Minuet; Bach Minuet Harmony Song Lyrics; The Importance of Music; Xylophone Intro Lesson; Recorder Intro Lesson; Piano Intro Lesson; Handbells Intro Lesson; Harmonica Intro Lesson with Harmonica Note Chart; Recorder Fingering Chart; Piano Fingering Chart

Helping Kids Achieve Their Best

Understanding and Using Motivation in the Classroom (revised edition)

Author: Dennis M. McInerney

Publisher: IAP

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 129

View: 844

This is a practical guide to motivating younger and older learners. It looks at why some students are easier to motivate than others, and why students lose motivation as they become older. McInerney outlines strategies teachers can use in the classroom, taking into account the needs of students from different backgrounds. The book is richly illustrated with vignettes and case studies, and includes questions and exercises to help teachers apply the suggested approaches in their own situations.

Become A Bestselling Children's Book Author

How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Book for Kids

Author: Ursula Zimmer

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 74

View: 856

Of the many genres of writing a potential writer can break into, children's literature may be one of the most exciting and rewarding, yet it can also be one of the most difficult ones to gain a foothold. It takes passion, persistence, talent and a deep knowledge of the publishing requirements and atmosphere. This book is an invitation to that world, offering the education and background you need to succeed as a children's author. Creating a bestselling children's book may seem like a far-flung dream, yet proper preparation is the first step in making that dream a reality. From understanding the importance of children's books to planning your story, expanding your creativity to discovering your sub-niche, this book will guide you through each and every step along the journey, including the final steps of publication and promotion. Children need and want to read books, books you can write for them, with the right planning an preparation.

The Best Toys, Books, Videos & Software for Kids, 1998

1,000+ Kid-tested Classic and New Products for Ages 0-10

Author: Joanne Oppenheim

Publisher: Prima Lifestyles

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 305

View: 745

This book takes the guesswork out of finding the best products for kids from infancy to age ten. Here are over 1,000 expert- and kid-tested products that are guaranteed to entertain as well as educate. You will also find safety tips and a key to buying the best new and classic products your kids will love. This fun, easy-to-use guide includes:Learning toys that work Brand-name comparisons Baby shower and birthday gifts for every budget Products for kids with special needs And much, much more!Revised every year, this complete guide helps you make choices your kids will love! About the Authors Joanne Oppenheim is one of today's leading authorities on child development and education. She is the author of more than forty books for children, including Have You Seen Birds? and Not Now! Said the Cow. Her daughter, Stephanie Oppenheim, a former corporate attorney, is cofounder and publisher of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio and a mother of two.

Teaching Music to Children

A Curriculum Guide for Teachers Without Music Training

Author: Blair Bielawski

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 128

View: 637

... designed to give elementary teachers with no formal music training all the tools they need to help their students develop an understanding and appreciation for music ... includes lessons, reproducible games, worksheets and puzzles. Also included is a mixed media CD that features over 60 minutes of music and a complete PowerPoint presentation ... follows a well-sequenced curriculum based on the National Standards for Music Education and the Ontario Curriculum for the Arts in Canada.

Teaching Kids to Care & Cooperate

50 Easy Writing, Discussion & Art Activities that Help Develop Self-esteem, Responsibility, & Respect for Others

Author: Kathy Pike

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 96

View: 939

J.L. Gili’s selection of Lorca’s poems in Spanish, with his own unassuming prose versions as guides to the originals, first appeared in 1960. With its excellent introduction and selection it remains a perfect introductory guide to the great poet. The book is ideal for newcomers to Lorca who know, or are prepared to grapple with, a little Spanish. It influenced a generation of readers and poets, including Ted Hughes who first encountered Lorca through this book. Spain’s most celebrated modern poet, Federico García Lorca was born in 1898 near Granada. Poet, dramatist, musician and artist, he was the author of The Gypsy Ballad Book’ (1928) and Poet in New York’ (1940). After his return from New York and Cuba to Republican Spain in 1930, he devoted himself to the theatre, writing three tragedies including Blood Wedding’ (1933). An outspoken supporter of the Republic, he was assassinated at the height of his fame by Nationalist partisans in Granada in 1936, on the eve of the Spanish Civil War.

The Complete Learning Spaces Book for Infants and Toddlers

54 Integrated Areas with Play Experiences

Author: Rebecca T. Isbell

Publisher: Gryphon House Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 336

View: 371

This book is designed to help busy teachers meet the challenge of creating an effective learning environment for very young children. It includes ideas for planning, using, and evaluating learning spaces that will captivate infants and toddlers and encourage the developmental process. With detailed explanations of infant and toddler development and loads of suggestions and activities, this book is brimming with great ideas for any infant and toddler program.

Christmas Favorites for Recorder

Author: L. C. Harnsberger

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 24

View: 623

Teaches young musicians how to play the recorder, and provides a selection of nine traditional holiday songs, including "Jingle Bells" and "Silent Night."

What Every Parent Needs to Know

How to Help Your Child Get the Most Out of Primary School

Author: Toby Young

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 528

View: 405

The bestselling, step-by-step guide to the primary school curriculum from Toby Young and Miranda Bondy. What is your child learning each day in school? How can you tell if they are doing well or badly? And what can you do to help? This practical, detailed and user-friendly manual contains absolutely everything you need to know about primary schooling and the UK curriculum, ensuring your child will succeed and flourish every step of the way. Taking us year-by-year through our children's schooling, we'll be given simple explanations of: - What they'll be taught and why (from phonics checks to SPAG tests) - What they need to know at the start of each year - What they should be able to achieve at its end - The games and exercises we can do at home to help out Not only will this guide help you understand your children's journey through primary school, but it will also help you prepare, encourage and nurture them every step of the way. It's the manual every confused, unsure or worried parent has been waiting for.

Song Sheets to Software

A Guide to Print Music, Software, Instructional Media, and Web Sites for Musicians

Author: Elizabeth C. Axford

Publisher:

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Category: Computers

Page: 265

View: 527

The third edition of Song Sheets to Software: A Guide to Print Music, Software, Instructional Media, and Web Sites for Musicians includes completely revised and updated listings of music software, instructional media, and web sites of use to all musicians, whether hobbyist or professional. New to the third edition is a CD-ROM with sections including Live Links, an expanded and easily searchable Tech Talk, and sample print music scores. Also new to the third edition are sections on digital sheet music and video game music, as well as an updated bibliography.

Best Books for Children

Preschool Through Grade 6. Supplement to the seventh edition

Author: John Thomas Gillespie

Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 507

View: 591

This supplement to the 8th edition of the classic guide to children's books includes more than 5,000 in-print titles recommended for children aged 5 to 12. The thematic organisation, concise annotations, and complete bibliographic data and review citations make this volume equally useful for reader's advisory, research, and collection development.

Children of the Fifth World

A Guide to the Coming Changes in Human Consciousness

Author: P. M. H. Atwater

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 272

View: 302

Our species is evolving in preparation for the new world on the horizon • Explains how the increase in intuitive, creative, and abstract-thinking abilities of children as well as incidences of ADHD, dyslexia, and autism signal evolutionary changes at work in humanity--the emergence of the Fifth Root Race • Connects the appearance of these traits with ancient myths and evolutionary calendars as well as predictions by Teilhard de Chardin, Edgar Cayce, and other visionary seers • Reveals how these “new kids” act as agents for world change by reflecting back every misguided aspect of business, politics, religion, and culture The past 30 years have seen a quantum leap in the intuitive, creative, and abstract-thinking abilities of children as well as an unprecedented rise in incidences of ADHD, dyslexia, and autism spectrum disorders. As P. M. H. Atwater explains, we are witnessing evolution at work. The changes in consciousness and brain function evident in these “new kids” signal the widespread emergence of the Fifth Root Race and, fortuitously, coincide with our transition into the Fifth World. Providing a resource for parents and new kids themselves, Atwater explains what is happening to our species and our world--from neurological changes and climate upheavals to the drive to be constantly “connected” through screen-based technology and the unnecessary widespread use of drug therapies. Sharing individual case histories underscoring the traits of the new-child personality, she reveals how these children, born with universal consciousness encoded in their DNA, act as agents for world change by reflecting back every misguided aspect of business, politics, religion, entertainment, technology, and culture so we can’t ignore what needs to be repaired. Atwater shows how children labeled as autistic or otherwise “damaged” have enormous potential for greatness. Connecting recent events and cultural shifts with creation myths, evolutionary calendars, and historical records from every culture as well as predictions by Teilhard de Chardin, Sri Aurobindo, Edgar Cayce, and other visionary seers, Atwater shows how the genetic shift now occurring follows the “Rule of Thirds” in its progression. Exploring timelines for the next several hundred years, she explains that the coming new world will be tailored specifically for the new kids, who will lead the way in the Great Shift from old world to new.